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The case for explicit knowledge in documents

Leslie Carr, Timothy Miles-Board, Arouna Woukeu, Gary Wills, Wendy Hall
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 ACM symposium on Document engineering - DocEng '04  
In this paper we discuss the need to make knowledge an explicit part of the document representation and the advantages and disadvantages of this step.  ...  The WiCK project has investigated the writing process in a Semantic Web environment where knowledge services exist and actively assist the author.  ...  Knowledge Technologies IRC (GR/N15764/01) in the UK.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1030397.1030417 dblp:conf/doceng/CarrMWWH04 fatcat:hjrmja6q2nfp3ke3i3dieortqm

Documenting Institutional Knowledge Through TRAC Self-Audit: A Case Study

A. Krahmer, P. Andrews, H. Tarver, M.E. Phillips, D. Alemneh
2017 Knowledge Discovery and Data Design Innovation  
• Website and formal external documents Institutional presentations Schedule for auditing documentation and division of responsibilities • Explicit knowledge  ...  • Moving implicit information to written documentationExplicit knowledge • Organization of knowledge, new and old • Arrangement process for making knowledge usable • Final documentation  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789813234482_0018 fatcat:yqefidz6izaopnvgswhyvmsvwu

How are software defects found? The role of implicit defect detection, individual responsibility, documents, and knowledge

Mika V. Mäntylä, Juha Itkonen
2014 Information and Software Technology  
In addition, the type of documentation, and knowledge used, in defect detection is diverse.  ...  We found a low use of test cases (18%), but a high use of other documents in software defect detection, and furthermore, we found that personal knowledge was applied as an oracle in defect detection much  ...  Regarding the document use, we found that the test cases were used for detecting 18% of defects, while the role of other documents in defect detection was 66%.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2013.12.005 fatcat:mt4fv2thzvfgjea5mu6hctoyay

How Knowledge Management Systems Support Organizational Knowledge Creation -- An In-depth Case Study

Dirk Basten, Bjoern Michalik, Mahmut Yigit
2015 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Considering the four processes of organizational knowledge creation theory, we conduct a case study of one of the worldwide leading medium-sized consultancies in the field of supply chain management and  ...  While identifying KM system features for each of the four knowledge-creating processes, we also highlight shortcomings of the KM system that should be addressed for efficient organizational knowledge creation  ...  As in our case, you can store such knowledge in Xpert when you, for instance, document your project. In the end, it depends on the people to standardize the knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2015.464 dblp:conf/hicss/BastenMY15 fatcat:gzfiatqi5rcgvbaldl22yh4hyu

Managing tacit and explicit knowledge in organisational teams

Raija Halonen, Elisa Laukkanen
2008 2008 Third International Conference on Digital Information Management  
We also aim to analyse the difference between tacit and explicit knowledge that is realised for example when transferring knowledge between actors in organisations and teams.  ...  In this article we analyse how tacit and explicit knowledge are managed in teams.  ...  The written documents represent the way how explicit knowledge was shared, stored and transferred in the team. In addition to explicit knowledge, tacit knowledge was to be transferred as well.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdim.2008.4746707 dblp:conf/icdim/HalonenL08 fatcat:uowegkqmqnhfpnjzmuneonrrka

Knowledge management technology

A. D. Marwick
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
Through surveying some of the technologies used for knowledge management, this paper serves as an introduction to the subject for those papers in this issue that discuss technology.  ...  Contributions to the formation and communication of tacit knowledge, and support for making it explicit, are currently weaker, although some encouraging developments are highlighted, such as the use of  ...  In any case, automatic extraction of deep knowledge (i.e., in a form that captures the majority of the meaning) from documents is an elusive goal.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.404.0814 fatcat:3d4yutlvkvelfld5vei6gtucbu

Research on the Industrial Technology Road-Mapping Based on the SECI Model

Xin Lin
2019 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
activities involved in the technology road-mapping.  ...  This research expands the theoretical connotation of the industrial technology road-mapping, and has practical implications for the formulation of industrial technology roadmaps.  ...  The roadmap report document also lacks records for the implementation and update phases, so this article In the case study, only the planning phase and the development phase are concerned.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2019.74005 fatcat:z6x7ye2zcjdrdjxsminyq4zfqq


Christian Donin, Eduardo Rizzatti, Karin Teresinha Geiger, Tatiane Sartori
2016 Independent Journal of Management & Production  
The first part of this paper describes the importance of Knowledge Management for organizations are described together with responsibilities needed to ensure successful Knowledge Management implementations  ...  The creation and diffusion of knowledge have become ever more important factors in competitiveness. This paper investigates the Knowledge Management and flow information and in small design firms.  ...  Although, tacit knowledge (unstructured) must be combined with explicit knowledge (structured) for retaining and developing documents and best practice.  ... 
doi:10.14807/ijmp.v7i3.444 fatcat:ebfgrbfnafbqlolmvtyoexkt2u

The Effect of Machine Learning on Knowledge-Intensive R&D in the Technology Industry

Daniel Viberg, Mohammad H. Eslami
2020 Technology Innovation Management Review  
The Effect of Machine Learning on Knowledge-Intensive R&D in the Technology Industry Daniel Viberg and Mohammad H. Eslami Mohammad H.  ...  Eslami is an Assistant professor at Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. His research interests are in the field of innovation management and knowledge integration.  ...  In other words, the explicit description of how tacit knowledge should be shared and documented likely deviated from actual methods adopted in practice.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/1340 fatcat:xw6hy33lcjevbd7u3r32p45o2u

Getting acquainted with their landscape: research by design as a tool to understand people's perception of current and future landscapes

Peter Vervoort, Ann Pisman
2015 Belgeo  
… -insight in complex urbanised landscapes -But: Schorvoort case indicates unbalance in knowledge due to lack of cooperation private investors "To which extend and how was this knowledge explicit, during  ...  -incremental development of knowledge during the process -design crucial element -process of synthesis and discussion -clarify implicit knowledge: for researchers and spatial actors -medium for shared  ... 
doi:10.4000/belgeo.17406 fatcat:qtsed7behfhyrheqip2u5xopqu

Integrating discourse and domain knowledge for document drafting

L. Karl Branting, Charles B. Callaway, Bradford W. Mott, James C. Lester
1999 Proceedings of the seventh international conference on Artificial intelligence and law - ICAIL '99  
Automating the task of legal document drafting therefore requires explicit representation of both these types of knowledge.  ...  Document drafting is a key component of legal expertise. E ective legal document drafting requires knowledge both of legal domain knowledge and of the structure of legal discourse.  ...  Acknowledgments This research w as supported in part by the North Carolina State University IntelliMedia Initiative, the University of Kaiserslautern Center for Learning Systems and Applications, the German-American  ... 
doi:10.1145/323706.323800 fatcat:ze2udmfgmjgcrj4q5v6jz4zirq

Software Architecture Decision-Making Practices and Challenges: An Industrial Case Study

Sandun Dasanayake, Jouni Markkula, Sanja Aaramaa, Markku Oivo
2015 2015 24th Australasian Software Engineering Conference  
In this paper, we study the current software architecture decision-making practices in the industry using a case study conducted among professional software architects in three different companies in Europe  ...  In addition, the practitioners are also facing new challenges as different software development methods suggest different approaches for architecture design.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank all the interviewees and the case companies for their cooperation throughout the study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aswec.2015.20 dblp:conf/aswec/DasanayakeMAO15 fatcat:po4klygpgza53eakx2fxhvhvzi

Possibilities of knowledge transfer in the practical training of educational leaders in the Czech Republic

Eva Urbanová, Eva Urbanová
2021 International Journal of Teaching and Education  
In the preparation of educational leaders, who are not systematically prepared for their profession prior to taking up their posts in the Czech Republic, it is necessary to look for ways to appropriately  ...  The results show that mostly work activities requiring explicit knowledge are delegated by the school principal to his/her subordinates, while work activities requiring tacit knowledge are mostly carried  ...  Acknowledgment This paper was supported by Charles University PROGRES Q17 -Teacher training and teaching profession in the context of science and research.  ... 
doi:10.52950/te.2021.9.2.006 fatcat:hondytjc6fbkrju2h3vkbbik6e

A Model of a Tacit Knowledge Transformation for the Service Department in a Manufacturing Company: A Case Study

Adam Dudek, Justyna Patalas-Maliszewska
2016 Foundations of Management  
This article elaborates on the development of a dedicated model of a tacit knowledge transformation for the service department in a manufacturing company.  ...  process in order to obtain a formalized procedure for the service department in a manufacturing company.  ...  While in the first case, the revealed gap in knowledge can be easily captured by the recipient, for whom this knowledge is not obvious; in the second case, the problem lies in the difficulty to grasp the  ... 
doi:10.1515/fman-2016-0014 fatcat:hkeepgepsrh6vpcy3kzodaqody

Knowledge management in project environments

C. J. Pretorius, H. Steyn
2005 South African Journal of Business Management  
The paper also reports on an investigation of knowledge management practices in four cases within a single South African business environment.  ...  It is also suggested that, while the management of explicit knowledge is common in project management, more attention should be given to the sharing of tacit knowledge through human interaction.  ...  While explicit knowledge could be captured in project documentation such as schedules and technical reports, tacit knowledge (experiences, best practices) is difficult to capture in documentation (Schindler  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajbm.v36i3.634 fatcat:qsnn25qud5bkjgpvcnupyfzwny
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